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Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices by Steve Wright, Karthick Sethunarayanan, Ed Richard, Barry Ralston, Razi bin Rais, Doug Ortiz, Mark Orange, Tahir Naveed, Ed Musters, David Milner, Matthew McDermott, Cory Loriot, Joerg Krause, Ed Hild, Brian Farnhill, Matt Eddinger, Darrin Bishop, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Sahil Malik

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C H A P T E R  7

The SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model

In previous versions of SharePoint, developers accessed content and performed operations via server side code called Server Object Model and/or used SharePoint Web Services. Now Microsoft has introduced a new way for developers to communicate with SharePoint Foundation 2010; this third way of writing code is known as Client Object Model. (SharePoint Server Object Model and SharePoint Web Services are still options). The Client Object Model (Client OM) API can be used in .NET based applications, Silverlight applications, and in ECMAScript (JavaScript) that executes in the browser. Although the Client OM API is not as rich as the Server Object Model, it has its own benefits, such as an ...

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